Minneapolis Votes To Throw Out Liquor License RestrictionThe charter in question only allows restaurants within a 7-acre area of commercial businesses to serve hard alcohol.
Amendment Could Change Minneapolis Liquor RestrictionsSeveral restaurant owners are pushing for Minneapolis residents to vote yes on an initiative that would throw out a decades-old liquor restriction.
New Chicago Target Store To Start Serving Up CocktailsCoffee shops and fast food giants like Starbucks and Chipotle now offer alcohol along with their other products. Now, it looks like Target is testing the tipsy waters.
Morrissey's Irish Pub Opens Just in Time For St. Patrick’s Day Large crowds are expected at pubs across the Twin Cities to celebrate St. Patrick's Day this weekend. Festivities are expected to start as early Friday evening and last through Sunday night and into Monday.
2 Mpls. Nightclubs Could Get Liquor Licenses PulledCity staffers in Minneapolis are recommending pulling the liquor licenses of both Envy and Bootleggers to help curb crime on the weekends. The clubs are located along North First Avenue in the Warehouse District.
Wild Onion Bar Sues St. Paul Over Outdoor Liquor LicenseThe owner of the Wild Onion Bar and Grill on Grand Avenue has filed a lawsuit against the City of St. Paul.
Mpls. Seeking To Take Away Karma's Liquor LicenseMinneapolis officials are seeking non-renewal of the night club Karma's liquor license.
DeBlog: Can Underage Beer Sales Cost A License?So eight beer vendors at Target Field got busted selling beer to underage decoys in a sting by Minneapolis Police. On Twitter, @Natron44 asked: "If a bar sold to 8 underage kids it would have it's license pulled. Why not a stadium?"